Zbringer was a prolific composer, who wrote some 250 songs, 42 marches, and 8 overtures. Such singers as Yolande Dulude and Yoland Guérard have performed his songs. 'Mother's Lullaby' (1948) was written to mark the birth of Prince Charles of England, and 'Little Bells are Twinkling' (1949) was sung by the noted soprano Erna Sack. His marches include The Vincent Massey March (1952) and Tribute to the Games 76, which was premiered at the international bandshell of Man and His World in Montreal. In July 1974 The Campbell 50th Anniversary Overture, a commission by the Royal Trust Company to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Campbell Free Band Concerts, was premiered at the bandshell, and The Campbell Memorial March (1956) also was performed on that occasion. Several of Zbriger's works have been published by F. Harris, Thompson, Popular Music Publishers Ltd, and Canadian Music Sales. In 1982 the NFB produced a film about him entitled The Concert Man.
Author Denis Allaire
Seligson, Lou. 'Still singing love at 80,' Montreal Star, 24 Jan 1974